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Check out episode 315 of the “Get Up in the Cool” podcast and you’ll hear a familiar sound – it’s Joe Overton singing, playing, and talking about his influences and upbringing with host Cameron DeWhitt.

We recorded this at the home of Rachel Baiman and George Jackson in Nashville in August.

Tunes in the episode: 

  • Pretty Little Shoes (0:33)
  • Dinah (15:43)
  • Give the Fiddler a Dram (32:46)
  • Susannah Gal (37:30)
  • Willow Creek (43:49)
  • Bonus track: Great Big Taters in the Sandy Land
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Joe and I are turning up the hustle to earn a living for our little family during this tumultuous time of canceled work. It looks like we’re all going to be home for a while, so what better time to pick up a new skill or take your music to the next level? We both love teaching, and we’d be thrilled to work with you to help you accomplish your goals. 

Introducing Socially Distant Skype Lessons!We’re offering lessons in several disciplines.

Nora Jane is offering:

Joe is offering:

Typically, we’d each charge $100 per hour for a Skype lesson – but since we know a lot of people are at home with some extra time on their hands we’re offering a special intro rate and some packages:

  • $50 intro rate for the first lesson (1 hour)
  • Two lessons for $150 (2 hours)
  • Three-lesson bundle for $220 (three hours)

Click here to register and select your package. Let’s rock! 

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“Slow Climb’s musical personality doesn’t stop at a single premise…there’s much to be said for Struthers’ individual decisions regarding aspects like arrangement, pace, and harmonic progression…every element works together.” 

– American Songwriter

Thank you to American Songwriter for exclusively premiering my new song “Slow Climb” today. Check out the amazing premiere and review right here. “Slow Climb” is available via all platforms on 1/31 and my new album Bright Lights, Long Drives, First Words drops on Feb. 21. Pre-order physical (CD and double vinyl) or digital here or pre-save on Spotify now!

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I am so thrilled that Rolling Stone is debuting ‘Nice To Be Back Home’ today. It’s the song that kicks off my new album Bright Lights, Long Drives, First Words and it’s also the very first song we’re releasing out into the world.

I wrote the song about balancing life on the road and life at home but I think most people can relate. Even at the end of the most wonderful vacation, it’s nice to come back home. Hopefully, your everyday life is the actual dream. I chose it to kick off the record because it evokes the feeling I want to be associated with. When you come to my shows, I hope you leave feeling uplifted, connected, happy. And when you turn on my record, I want you to get your Nora Jane fix right away.

Check it out and let me know what you think. I hope you love it, and that it makes you feel at home.

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